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Sport Man Utd star Wan-Bissaka says Zaha tests braced him for Premier League life

16:27  16 july  2020
16:27  16 july  2020 Source:   goal.com

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View stats of Manchester United Defender Aaron Wan - Bissaka , including goals scored, assists and appearances, on the official website of the Premier League .

Wan - Bissaka said : “I don’t think I learnt it, I think it is just the range of the legs. “I realised when I Wan - Bissaka was given extra time off by United because of the Euros, but he insisted on coming back Aaron Wan - Bissaka will hope to be an instant starter for Man Utd when the Premier League

a crowd of people watching a football ball: Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka contest the ball, watched by Scott McTominay © Getty Images Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka contest the ball, watched by Scott McTominay

Manchester United rising star Aaron Wan-Bissaka says it was an eye-opener when he first faced Wilfried Zaha in training – as the pair prepare to do battle in the Premier League.

Former Crystal Palace team-mates Wan-Bissaka and Zaha are set to be on rival sides on Thursday when United travel to Selhurst Park.

And that means full-back Wan-Bissaka will be charged with stopping the Palace winger's mazy runs, which as he once discovered on the practice pitch is no easy task.

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Aaron Wan - Bissaka will test family loyalty when Man United take on Arsenal. Wan - Bissaka 's older brother Kevin (left, playing pool with Aaron) joked that he 'would take a draw' between Arsenal Just ONE pundit is left wearing Black Lives Matter badge for Premier League coverage after BBC ban as

Aaron Wan - Bissaka became Manchester United ’s second signing of the summer transfer window in June 2019 when he joined from Crystal Palace. The talented England Under-21 international took to Premier League life like a duck to water at Palace. It barely mattered that he was still a rookie in the

Wan-Bissaka was converted from a striker to a defender while a youngster with Palace, a gradual process that included a spell on the wing.

"Then it started from a training session when someone had to fill in at right-back," Wan-Bissaka told United's official website.

"Training against Wilf, I think he sort of prepared me for what it is like playing in the Premier League.

"I learned a lot from him. He's an unpredictable player and tests like that are ones that made me a better player."

Zaha has terrified defences in Palace colours, but a stint at United did not work out earlier in his career and he soon rejoined the Eagles.

For Wan-Bissaka, the long-term prospects look bright with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team, but the 22-year-old will always look back fondly on his time with Palace, who stunned United 2-1 at Old Trafford earlier in the season.

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Search Premier League Submit search. Wan - Bissaka will therefore rely on extra support from the players around him at Selhurst Park. This Wan - Bissaka v Mane head-to-head promises to be a fabulous match-up. In a physical sense the Palace full-back has the tools to handle Mane, but the

AARON WAN - BISSAKA has been slammed by Graeme Souness - with the Sky Sports pundit saying Manchester United deserve more than tackling from him for £50million. Writing for The Times, Souness claimed: "The stats say that Aaron Wan - Bissaka is one of the Premier League ’s top tacklers.

He predicted it would feel strange to return to Selhurst Park, particularly given a near-empty stadium awaited, but added: "Palace mean a lot to me.

"They are the team that brought me through the system and, without them, I don't think I'd be here. They've given me chances to show what I am capable of doing."


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